The Who Brooklyn Tickets
The Who is a rock band that originated in the60s, when rock music was getting increasingly popular. The band performed under the moniker of The Detours, from 1961 till February of 1964. They adopted the name The Who after it was suggested by Richard Barnes, a close friend of Pete Townshend. During their heyday the band consisted of Roger Daltrey the lead singer, guitarist Pete Townshend, Keith Moon on drums and John Entwistle as the bassist. They have released numerous albums and some of their most noticeable works include “rock opera Tommy”, the live album “Live At Leeds” and “Who's Next”. Get The Who Brooklyn tickets and watch the rock band take stage, as they prepare to give another memorable performance.
The Who have left their imprints on the rock and roll genre. They have won many awards and honors to prove the popular belief that they are widely considered as one of the most influential bands of the twentieth century. In 1998 their efforts were recognized by the British Phonographic Industry and gave the band the Lifetime Achievement Award. Two years later, in 1990, they made their entry into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. They were inducted in the UK Music Hall of Fame in 2005 and were awarded the first ever Freddie Mercury Lifetime Achievement in Live Music Award a year later.
Their album “Tommy” compelled an induction into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 1998. Two other albums of the band also made it into the Grammy Hall of Fame. Get The Who Brooklyn tickets and watch the iconic band perform live at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
In 1968 The Who were on their way to success, with the release of the album “Tommy.” Subsequent albums such as “Quadrophenia” and “Face Dances” cemented their claim to stardom. They have received a lot of commercial acclaim with their eleven albums. Having performed intermittently since 1982, the Who have never really faded from the music scene. Get tickets to the concert and hear the songs which had the rock and roll fans in a twirl!